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Abhidhamma in Daily Life (English)

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Abhidhamma in Daily Life

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  - Ten Bases of Meritorious Deed
  - Buddhist Attitude of Dana
  - Recipients of our Dāna
  - Three Factors of the Donor
  - Three Factors of the Recipient
  - What is morality (sīla)?
  - Two Aspects of morality
  - Four Types of Sīla
  - Uposatha (Observance Day)
  - Respect and Service are included in morality
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  - Ten Bases of Meritorious Deed (Part II)
  - Five Benefits of Listening to the Dhamma
  - Five Benevolent Attitudes of the Dhamma Speaker
  - Straightening out one’s views (diṭṭhijukamma)
  - What is Meditation?
  - What is Samatha (Serenity)?
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  - What is Vipassanā?
  - Sense-sphere Wholesome Samatha & Vipassanā Cittas
  - Buddhist Kamma Theory
  - 8 Sense-sphere Resultant Consciousness
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  - 8 Sense-sphere Functional Consciousness (kiriya citta)
  - The Nature of Functional Consciousness
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  - The Nature of Functional Consciousness (kiriya citta)
  - 24 Sense-sphere Beautiful Consciousness
  - 54 Sense-sphere Consciousness (Kāmāvacara Cittas)
  - Higher Teachings (Jhāna, magga and phala)
  - 27 Jhāna Consciousness
  - 15 Fine-material-sphere Consciousness
  - Definition of Jhāna
  - Five Hindrances (nīvaraṇa)
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  - The Nature of Jhāna
  - Jhāna in Sutta Piṭaka
  - 15 Fine-material-sphere Consciousness
  - Five Jhāna Factors
  - Five Fine-material-sphere Wholesome Consciousness
  - The First Jhāna
  - The Five kinds of Mastery
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  - Immaterial-sphere Consciousness
  - Four Immaterial-sphere Wholesome Consciousness
  - Immaterial-sphere Jhānas
  - Kasiṇa Meditation Method
  - Earth Kasiṇa Meditation
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  - The Nature of Rapture or Joy (pīti)
  - Five Grades of Rapture (pīti)
  - The Third Jhāna
  - The Fourth Jhāna
  - The Fifth Jhāna
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  - Immaterial-sphere Consciousness
  - Four Immaterial-sphere Wholesome Consciousness
  - Immaterial-sphere Jhānas
  - Kasiṇa Meditation Method
  - Earth Kasiṇa Meditation
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  - Four Immaterial Jhānas
  - The Cessation of Perception and Feeling (saññā-vedayitaniroda) or The cessation attainment (nirodhasamāpatti)
  - 27 Jhāna Consciousness
  - 81 Mundane Consciousness (Lokiya Citta)
  - 8 Supramundane Conscious-ness (Lokuttara Citta)
  - The Path and the Fruition
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  - 4 Types of Path Consciousness
  - Who is Sotāpanna?
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  - Three Types of Sotāpanna
  - The Four Factors of Sotāpanna
  - Four Factors For Attaining Stream-entry
  - Once-returner (sakadāgāmī)
  - Non-returner (anāgāmī)
  - Arahant (araha)
  - Why No Functional Consciousness in Lokuttara?
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  - 89 cittas
  - 40 Supramundane Conscious-ness (Lokuttara Citta)
  - 121 cittas

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (Mental Factor)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mentor Factor ( Part-1)

  -  Four Ultimate Truths (paramatta Saccā)
  -  Meaning and Characteristics of Cetasika 52 Mental Factors
  -  7 Universals Cetasikas
  -  Contact (phassa
  -  Feeling (vedanā)
  -  Perception (saññā
  -  Volition (Motivation) (cetanā)
  -  One-pointedness (ekaggatā)
  -  Life faculty (jīvitindriya)
  -  Ātman, Inner-self, Sou
  -  Attention (manasikāra)
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  -  Six Occasionals
  -  Thought / initial application (vitakka)
  -  Right Intention (Sammāsankappa)
  -  Examination / Sustained application (vicāra)
  -  Decision (adhimokkha)
  -  Energy / Effort (vīriya)
  -  Zest / pleasurable interest (pīti)
  -  Desire (chanda)
  -  Fourteen Unwholesome Mental Factors
  -  Delusion (moha)
  -  Shamelessness (ahirika)
  -  Fearlessness of Wrong-doing (anottappa)
  -  Restlessness (uddhacca)
  -  Greed (lobha)
  -  Different Stages of Craving
  -  Is Craving For Nibbāna Bad?
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  -  Wrong View (Diṭṭhi)
  -  Different Types of Wrong View
  -  Conceit or egocentric comparison (Māna)
  -  Hatred (Dosa)
  -  Active anger & Passive anger
  -  How to Control Your Anger
  -  Envy (issā)
  -  Avarice (Macchariya)
  -  Five types of avarice (5:254)
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  -  Remorse (kukkucca)
  -  Sloth (thina) & Torpor (middha)
  -  How to remove Drowsiness (AN 7:61)
  -  Doubt (vicikicchā)
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  -  25 - Beautiful Mental Factors
  -  19 - The Universal Beautiful Factors
  -  Faith (Saddhā): the Blind Faith & the Real Faith
  -  Mindfulness, Recollection (sati)
  -  Balancing Faculties
  -  Moral shame (Hiri) & Moral dread (Ottappa)
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  -  Non-Greed (alobha)
  -  Renunciation and Letting Go
  -  Non-hatred (adosa)
  -  loving-kindness And Compassion
  -  Four Types of Retreat
  -  Neutrality of the Mind (Tatramajjhattatā)
  -  How to balance the mind in the ups and downs of life
  -  twelve common Criteria of a beautiful mind
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  -  Three Abstinences (viratī)
  -  Two Types of Sīla
  -  Right Actions (Sammākammata)
  -  Right Speech (Vacīkamma)
  -  Five Courses of Speech
  -  Six Types of Speech (MN 58)
  -  Right Livelihood (Sammāājīva)
  -  Five Types of Wrong Livelihood (AN 5:177)
  -  Three Types of viratī
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  -  The Four Illimitable (appamaññā)
  -  Why Only Two The Illimitable In Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha
  -  The Four Illimitable (appamaññā)Why Only Two The Illi
  -  mitable In Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha
  -  Loving-kindness (Mettā)
  -  Three Types of Mettā
  -  Putting Mettā into Practice
  -  The Eleven Benefits of Developing Mettā
  -  Compassion (Karuṇā)
  -  Enemies of Compassion (Karuṇā)
  -  Loving-kindness Vs Compassion
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  -  Altruistic Joy (muditā)
  -  Enemies of Altruistic Joy
  -  Equanimity (upekkhā)
  -  How to put Equanimity into praction in our life
  -  A Stabilizing Factor
  -  Different Functions of Four Sublime States (Brahmavihara)
  -  Characteristics of Four Brahmavihāra
  -  The Faculty of Wisdom (paññidriya)
  -  Different Levels of Wisdom
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  -  Association of Mental Factors (Sampayoga-naya)
  -  Seven methods of Association in Thirteen Common to the other (aññasamāna) mental factors
  -  Five methods of Association in Fourteen Unwholesome Mental factors
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  -  Four Methods of Association of 25 Beautiful Mental Factors
  -  Question On Amoha (paññā)
  -  Eleven Unfixed Adjuncts (aniyata-yogī)
  -  Combinations With Mental Factors (Sangaha-naya)
  -  Five Methods of Combinations in Supramundane Mental Factors
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  -  Five Methods of Combinations in 27 Sublime Mental Factors
  -  Twelve Methods of Combinations in 24 Sense-sphere Beautiful Mental FactorsQuestion On Amoha (paññā)
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  -  Seven Methods of Combinations in Twelve Unwholesome Mental Factors
  -  Four Methods of Combinations in 18 Rootless Mental Factors

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (The Miscellaneous)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Miscellaneous ( Part-1)

  -  Six Sections in Pakiṇṇaka (The Miscellaneous)
  -  Analysis of 89 cittas by way of Feeling
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  -  Analysis of Cittas by way of Roots (hetu)
  -  Six Types of Roots
  -  Classifications of citttas with Roots
  -  Analysis of Cittas by way of Functions (kicca)
  -  Fourteen Functions of the mind
  -  Rebirth-linking (patisandhi)
  -  Life-continuum (bhavanga)
  -  Death (cuti)
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  -  Mind process and functions of the mind
  -  Adverting (āvajjana)
  -  Seeing (dassana) hearing (savana) etc.
  -  Receiving (sampaṭicchana)
  -  Investigating (santīraṇa)
  -  Determining (votthapana)
  -  Impulsion (Javana)
  -  Retentive (tadārammaṇa)
  -  Classifications of the cittas By Numbers of Functions
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  -  Six Doors (dvāra)
  -  46 Cittas in the Eye Door (Ear Door etc.)
  -  67 Cittas in the Mind Door
  -  19 Door-Free Cittas
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  -  Six Doors (dvāra) and Cittas pertained to them
  -  By Numbers of Doors
  -  Six Objects (ārammaṇa)
  -  Cittas + Objects + Times
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  -  Cittas and their objects
  -  Six bases (vatthu)
  -  The Base of the mind (hadaya-vatthu)
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  -  Six types of Bases
  -  The Base of mind (hadaya-vatthu)
  -  The Base of our Mind: Heart or Brain?
  -  The classification of Bases by Way of Realms
  -  Seven Consciousness Elements (viññāṇa-dhātu)
  -  The classification of Bases by Way of Consciousness

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (Mind Process)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mind Process( Part-1)

  -  What is Mind Process (Vīthi)?
  -  A Simple Example of Mind Process in Suttas
  -  Circle of Life (bhavacakka) or Samsara
  -  The nature of Cognitive Process
  -  Mind Process (Vīthi-citta) and Process-free (vīthimutta)
  -  The Six Sets of Six (Contents of Chapter Four)
  -  Six Types of Consciousness
  -  The Six Cognitive Processes
  -  Conditions for Eye-door Cognitive Process
  -  Conditions for Ear-door Cognitive Process
  -  Conditions for Nose-door Cognitive Process
  -  Conditions for Tongue-door Cognitive Process
  -  Conditions for Body-door Cognitive Process
  -  Conditions for Mind-door Cognitive Process
  -  The Six-fold Presentation (occurrence) of Objects (CMA – 153)
  -  The Eye-door Process
  -  The Mind-door Process
2 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mind Process( Part-2)

For the first two minutes, there is no sound.
  -  Life-span of the Mind
  -  The Speed of the Mind
  -  Life-span of the Matters
  -  Four Presentations of Objects at Five-door Processes
  -  15 Presentations of Objects at Eye-door Process
  -  75 Presentations of Objects at Five-door Processes
  -  Very Great Object (atimahanta)
  -  Great Object (mahanta)
  -  The Light Object (paritta)
  -  The Very Light Objects (atiparitta)
  -  Two Presentations of Objects at Mind-door Process
  -  Two Types of Mind-door Process (CMA – 152, 164)
  -  The Mind-door Processes
3 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mind Process( Part-3)

  -  Jhana Cognitive process
  -  Path (magga) and Fruition (phala) Cognitive processes
4 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mind Process( Part-4)

  -  Cessation Attainment (nirodha-samāpatti) Cognitive processes
  -  Six Kinds of Direct Knowledge (chaḷābhiññaṇa)
  -  Direct Knowledge (abhiññaṇa) Cognitive processes
  -  Procedure of Javana (javana-niyama)
  -  Correlation Between Sense-sphere Javana & Appanā Javana
5 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mind Process( Part-5)

  -  Correlation Between Sense-sphere Javana & Appanā Javana
  -  Three Types of Objects
  -  The Procedure of Retention (tadārammaṇa
  -  The law of Retention (tadārammaṇa)
  -  Javana Vs Retention
  -  Guest Bhavanga
6 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Mind Process( Part-6)

  -  Analysis of cittas By Way of Individuals
  -  Analysis of cittas By Way of Plane

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (The Process-freed)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-1)

  -  What is the Process-freed (vithimutta)?
  -  Buddhist Attitude to 31 planes of existence
  -  The World system and Universe in the Buddhist Literatures
  -  The beginning and the end of the world
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  -  Four Woeful Planes (Apāya)
  -  Hell (Purgatory) in Buddhism
  -  Eight Great Hells
  -  The Animal Realm
  -  Petas Realms
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  -  The host of Asura
  -  Human Realm
  -  Six Heavenly Realms
  -  Four Types of Kappa
4 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-4)

  -  20 Brahma Realms
  -  Life Span of Brahmas and
  -  The method to calculate their lifespan
5 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-5)

  -  Four Types of Rebirth-linking (paṭisandhicatukka)
  -  Four Types of Kamma (kammacatukka
  -  What actually is Kamma?
  -  Kamma Vs Functional Activities (kiriya)
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  -  Four Types of Kamma By Order of Ripening
  -  Four Types of Kamma By Time of Ripening
  -  Four Types of Kamma By Place of Ripening
7 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-7)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  Four Types of Kamma By Order of Ripening
  -  Ten Unwholesome Kamms
  -  Three Bodily Unwholesome Actions according to Pali Canon and Commentaries
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In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  Taking intoxicants (surāmeraya)
  -  Four Verbal Actions (vacīkamma)
  -  Telling lie (musāvāda)
  -  Slandering (pisuṇavācā)
  -  Harsh speech (pharucavācā)
9 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-9)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  Frivolous talk (samphappalāpa)
  -  Unbeneficial and worthless talks
  -  Five Criteria of Speech (MN 21)
10 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-10)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  Six Types of Speech
  -  What is while lie and how to use it?
  -  Mind is Forerunner of everything
  -  Three Mental Actions (manokamma)
  -  Covetousness (abhijjhā)
  -  ill will (vyāpāda)
11 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-11)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  Wrong View (micchādiṭṭhi)
  -  Three types of pernicious wrong views
  -  Thre roots of Unwholesome Kamma
  -  Wholesome Kamma
  -  Three Bases of Meritorious Deed (puññakiriyavatthu)
12 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-12)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  Straight view (diṭṭhijukamma)
  -  Sense-sphere Kamma
  -  Fine-material Kamma
  -  Immaterial Kamma
  -  Results of Kamma
  -  Superior & Inferior Wholesome Kamma
13 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-13)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  - Kamma and its Results
  -  - Superior & Inferior Wholesome Kamma
  -  - Fine-material-sphere Kamma
  -  - Immaterial-sphere Kamma
  -  - Four Causes of Death (CMA - 220)
  -  - The Signs at the Time of Death
  -  - - The Mind at the Time of Death (CMA - 221)
14 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Process-freed( Part-14)
In this video, you can learn following topics:

  -  - Death and Rebirth-linking
  -  - Death Cognitive Process
  -  - Rebirth-linking Process
  -  - Objects of Rebirth Consciousness
  -  - The Continuity of Citta
  -  - The Wheel of Saṁsāra
  -  - Cutting off Saṁsāra

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (The Matter)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Matter( Part-1)

  -  The definition of Matter (Rūpa)
  -  Contents in the Sixth Chapter (Rūpa)
  -  28 matters
  -  The four great essentials (Four Great Elements)
  -  Meditation on Four Great Elements
  -  Derived material phenomena (upādā rūpa)
  -  Five Sensitive Phenomena (pasāda rūpa)
  -  Seven Objective Phenomena (Gocara rūpa)
2 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Matter( Part-2)
3 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Matter( Part-3)
4 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Matter( Part-4)
5 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Matter( Part-5)
6 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Matter( Part-6)

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (Compendium of Categories)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-1)

  -  The Seventy-two Ultimate Realities
  -  Compendium of the Unwholesome
  -  Four Taints (āsava)
  -  Four Floods (ogha)
  -  Four Bonds (yoga)
  -  Four Kinds of Bodily Knots
  -  Four Types of Clinging (upādāna)
2 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-2)

  -  Six Hindrances (nīvaraṇa)
  -  Seven Latent Dispositions (anusaya)
  -  Ten Fetters (saṁyojana)
  -  Ten Defilements (kilesā)
  -  Three Types of Defilement
3 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-3)

  -  Compendium of Mixed Categories
  -  Six Roots (hetu)
  -  Seven Jhāna Factors (jhānaṅga)
  -  Twelve Path Factors (maggaṅga)
  -  Twenty-two Faculties (indriya)
4 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-4)

  -  Nine Powers (bala)
  -  Four Predominates (adhipati)
  -  Four Nutriments (āhāra)
  -  Compendium of Requisites of Enlightenment
  -  37 Requisites of Enlightenment (Bodhipakkhiya)
  -  Four Foundations of mindfulness
  -  Contemplation of the Body
  -  Contemplation of the Feeling
5 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-5)

  -  Contemplation of the mind
  -  Contemplation of phenomena
  -  Four Right Efforts (sammappadhāna)
  -  Four Means to Accomplishment (iddhipāda)
  -  Five Faculties (indriya)
  -  Five Powers (bala)
  -  Seven Factors of Enlightenment (bojjhaṅga)
  -  The Eight Path Factor (magganga)
6 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-6)

  -  Compendium of the Whole (sabbasangaha)
  -  Five Aggregates (khandhā)
  -  Five Aggregates of Clinging (upādānakkhandhā)
  -  The Twelve Sense Bases (āyatana)
7 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - Compendium of Categories( Part-7)

  -  The Eighteen Elements (dhātu)
  -  Four Noble Truths (saccā)

Abhidhamma in Daily Life (The Compendium of Conditionality)

1 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality( Part-1)

  -  Three things to know about Conditionality
  -  Twofold Conditionality
  -  Teachings on Causality In Buddhism
  -  Dependent Origination (Paticcasamuppāda)
  -  History of Dependent Origination
  -  A Short Formula of Dependent Origination
  -  The Wheel Of Life (Bhavacakka)
  -  Three Periods of Time (addha)
  -  What is Ignorance (Avijjā)?
  -  “Dependent on ignorance (avijjā), the volitional formations (saṅkhāra) arise.”
  -  Three types of saṅkhāra
2 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality( Part-2)

  -  Three types of Saṅkhāra
  -  With Volitional formations as condition, consciousness (viññāṇa) come to be.
  -  With consciousness (viññāṇa) as condition, Mind-and-matter (nāma-rūpa) (come to be).
  -  Dependent on the Mind and body, the six sense-bases (saḷāyatana) arise.
  -  Dependent on the six sense-bases, contact (phassa) arises.
  -  Dependent on contact (phassa), Feeling (vedanā) arises.”
  -  With Feeling (vedanā) as condition, Craving (taṇhā) comes to be.
  -  Three types of Craving
3 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-3)

  -  Underlying Tendency (anusaya)
  -  With craving (taṇhā) as condition, Clinging (upādāna) (comes to be)
  -  Two Levels of Attachment
  -  Four Types of Clinging (upādāna)
  -  Defilements (kilesā)
  -  With clinging (upādāna) as condition, Existence (bhava) (comes to be)
  -  Two Kinds of Existence (bhava)
  -  With the Existence (bhava) as condition, Birth (jāti) (come to be)
  -  With birth (jāti) as condition, ageing-and-death (jarā-maraṇa) etc.
4 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-4)

  -  Twelve Factors or Links (aṅga)
  -  Three Periods of Time
  -  Three Connections (sandhi)
  -  The Four Groups
  -  Three Round (vaṭṭa)
  -  Beginningless Saṃsāra
  -  Cessation of Suffering (SN 12:43)
  -  Cessation Formula
  -  No Creator God Can Be Found (Visuddhimagga, XIX)
  -  Dependent Origination Vs Four Noble Truth
  -  PaṭiccasamuppādaVs Dhamma
5 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-5)

  -  Conditional Relations (Paṭṭhāna)
  -  Teachings on Causality in Buddhism
  -  No Creator God is accepted in Buddhism
  -  Three Things To take note in Paṭṭhāna
  -  Twofold Conditionality (paccaya)
  -  The Twenty-four Conditions
  -  Six-fold Relations
  -  1: Root Condition (hetu)
6 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-6)

  -  2: Object Condition (ārammaṇa)
  -  3: Predominance Condition (adhipati)
  -  4: Proximity Condition (anantara)
  -  5: Contiguity Condition (samanantara)
7 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-7)

  -  Conditional Relations (Part - 3)
  -  6: The Co-nascence condition (sahajāta)
  -  7: The Mutuality Condition (aññamañña)
  -  8: The Support Condition (nissaya)
8 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-8)

  -  Support Condition (nissaya)
  -  Decisive support Condition (upanissaya)
  -  Pre-nascence Condition (purejāta)
9 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-9)

  -  Post-nascence Condition (pacchājāta)
  -  Repetition Condition (āsevana)
  -  Kamma Condition (kamma)
10 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-10)

  -  The Result Condition (vipāka)
  -  The Nutriment Condition (āhāra)
  -  The Faculty Condition (indriya)
  -  The Jhāna Condition (jhāna)
  -  The Magga Condition (magga)
11 Abhidhamma in Daily Life - The Compendium of Conditionality(Part-11)

  -  Association Condition (sampayutta)
  -  Dissociation Condition (vippayutta)
  -  Association Vs Dissociation
  -  Presence Condition (atthi)
  -  Absence Condition (natthi)
  -  Disappearance Condition (vigata)
  -  Non-disappearance Condition (avigata)